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Best of 2016

Read the top-downloaded articles of 2016, free online

Analysis is the most established and esteemed forum in which to publish short discussions of topics in philosophy.

We have created a collection of Analysis's top downloaded papers of 2016, covering a range of engaging topics, from intuitions to sexual objectification.

All of the papers included in the collection below will be free to read online until the end of February 2017.

How to solve the hardest logic puzzle ever in two questions
Gabriel Uzquiano
(2010) 70 (1): 39-44

How Propaganda Works by Jason Stanley, book review
Jonathan Wolff
(2016) Advanced Access

Just go ahead and lie
Jennifer Saul
(2012) 72 (1): 3-9

Sexual Objectification
Kathleen Stock
(2015) 75 (2): 191-195

Liar!
Jonathan Webber
(2013) 73 (4): 651-659

Things mere mortals can do, but philosophers can’t
Stephanie Rennick
(2015) 75 (1): 22-26

The extended mind
Andy Clark and David Chalmers
(1998) 58 (1): 7-19

Sometimes there is nothing wrong with letting a child drown
Travis Timmerman
(2015) 75 (2): 204-212

Intuitions
James Andow
(2016) 76 (2):232

Fictional Theism
Roy Sorensen
(2015) 75 (4):539

Personal identity and the Phineas Gage effect
Kevin P. Tobia
(2015) 75 (3):396


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